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French Firm, Schneider, Introduces Advanced 400Voltage UPS In Rwanda

East Africans can now easily access the latest Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) with specifications of 60 kVA to 100 kVA (400V) manufactured by a French firm, Schneider Electric.

This new gadget UPS 3M is an addition to Schneider Electric’s existing 3-Phase UPS family of products available in 100 countries making the company a leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation.

Schneider Electric on Wednesday in Kigali at Marriot Hotel, announced the introduction of its latest UPS 3M gadget saying it provides business continuity for small and medium businesses, and is an excellent fit in both the data center space and in industrial environments.

“The Easy UPS 3M personifies simplicity as it is easy to install, easy to use, and easy to service,” said Edouard Heripret, General Manager East Africa, Schneider Electric.

“With our latest 3-phase offer, Schneider Electric is better able to meet both customer needs and partner requirements in a wide range of industries, making it an excellent fit for small and medium businesses, data centers, and manufacturing facilities,” Heripre said.

According to Schneider Electric this UPS 3M protects critical equipment in a multitude of physical environments from damage due to power outages, surges, and spikes.

This unit saves on CapEx investment while also delivering up to 99% efficiency in energy-saving ECO mode.

The firm says the gadget is rugged, with a wide input voltage window and strong overload protection, all in a compact footprint.

It features an intuitive display interface for easy configuration and monitoring, and, with optional network management card, customers can monitor and manage the UPS status remotely through Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure IT cloud-based software suite.

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